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How to view the eclipse safely

How to view the eclipse safely
August 18, 2017

On Aug. 21, Americans will be able to observe a total eclipse for 2 to 3 hours in an approximately 70-mile-wide zone stretching from the Northwest to the Southeast.

“A total solar eclipse is always very dramatic,” Carlton “Tad” Pryor, a professor in the department of physics and astronomy at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, said in a press release from Rutgers University.

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Zone, visual acuity affect outcomes after traumatic injury

August 18, 2017
BOSTON — Patients with low visual acuity at presentation for a traumatic eye injury tended to have worse vision at final follow-up and a higher risk for…

AGTC, Foundation Fighting Blindness form partnership

August 18, 2017
The Foundation Fighting Blindness has joined Applied Genetics Technology Corporation in a partnership agreement to advance gene therapy research to treat inherited…

Lighthouse Guild encourages eye exams during awareness month

August 18, 2017
Lighthouse Guild is reaching out to consumers for National Eye Exam Month to encourage them to get regular eye exams. “Early detection and treatment of visual…

Factors identified for Medicaid patients' use of health centers

August 18, 2017
Black or Hispanic race or having a significant financial need were factors identified with Medicaid patients seeking primary care at health centers, according to study…
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EDUCATION FOR THE TREATING EYE CARE SPECIALIST

Updates on the Treatment of Myopic Choroidal Neovascularization: Earlier Intervention is Better

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Genentech, Inc.

This educational activity is a 1-hour interactive webinar directed to the needs of retina specialists and comprehensive…
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VIDEO: Women in Ophthalmology meeting provides leadership, surgical skills training

August 14, 2017
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August 17, 2017
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